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Database directions for the 1990’s: part deux

In this, the first of the eight recorded lectures from the May 31, 1990 symposium entitled “The 1990’s – The Database Decade”, Paul Larson, at the time a Professor at the University of Waterloo, gave an historical overview of database developments over the past three decades, and concluded with a brief description of two lines

 
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Database directions for the 1990’s: part un

During May 31 – June 1, 1990 – just a few months before I started as a graduate student at Waterloo – the University of Waterloo hosted a two-day symposium entitled “The 1990’s – The Database Decade” that featured one-hour talks by both academic and industrial researchers, which included Paul Larson, François Bancilhon, Frank Tompa,

 
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